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Gadinadu Kannada flick on border dispute to hit screens soon

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Mysuru: “Gadinadu” a Kannada film based on the burning dispute over land and language between Karnataka and Maharashtra is all set to hit screens on January 24. It will be released in 100 theatres across the State.

Director Nag Hunasod told media on January 18, “It took about 60 days for shooting the movie. Most of the shots were filmed at Nippani, Athani in Belagavi and some parts of Maharashtra. We have also included the sequences on Mahajan report about Belagavi, as the love story binds the Kannada and Marati speaking people, politics related to the dispute and other issues”.
Debutant actor Prabhu Surya, female lead Sanchita Padukone, senior artistes Charan Raj and Shobraj have also shared screen space. Despite protests by Marati groups, producer Vasanth Dalawai got it resolved and received support from the leaders, he claimed.
Actor Prabhu Surya, a native of Malur taluk, Kolar district opined that “The subject is very familiar with all the kannadigas. Action scenes and a song dedicated to Kannada are the highlights of our movie”, he added. 
Actress Sanchitha Padukone said “the film is a combo of entertainment and infotainment. Linguistic and border problems are portrayed in the film. Everybody should watch the movie”, she said. 
Padukone said ” I am interested in challenging roles and actress oriented movies. This is my fourth outing in Kannada and happy to work in sandalwood”.
Vasanth Dalavai the producer said “the film will be released on January 24 in more than 100 theatres. Cinematography is by Gowri Venkatesh. Action and songs have taken the movie to a different level”, he added.
– Team Mysoorunews

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